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    it is de-interlaced to the max,with the plugin de-interlacer with movie magix and also when i resize it to 720p at 29.97
    it is de-interlaced a little bit with that too,does the process of putting in on a dvd interlaced it again !i don't know
    but when i look at it on my hdtv it is not interlaced fore sure,100 % sure about that.
    i am going to try a few things this week end,like boosting the colors to see if it does something.
    any suggestion to have the best image possible on the dvd.
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  2. Originally Posted by luc13137 View Post
    sorry i think maybe you are right
    9000 kbps or 9 mbps is the same
    and 9800 would the dvd max ,but avs to dvd goes only to 9000
    I just wanted to be sure the max allowed by your software was reasonable. Some capture cards for example have a max bitrate of around 6000 kbps. 9000 should be good enough.
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    hey you all !do you know if
    would sony vegas pro9 or vegas movie studio platinum pro would give better results than
    movie magix edit pro 15 plus.

    i mean for stabilization and for re-encoding and final quality of image .
    Last edited by luc13137; 1st Mar 2010 at 13:19.
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